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  • Exterior brand colour 
    Goodwood Green
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  • Location
    United States
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  • Performance 
    302 BHP / 307 PS / 226 kW
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- One of only 75 DB4 GTs built; just 30 in left-hand drive
- Delivered new to famed race team owner Georges Filipinetti
- Successful period competition history
- Retained by one Swiss owner from 1962 to 2010
- Original Goodwood Green livery and comprehensive restoration by marque specialists
- Matching-Numbers Engine per Factory Records
Completed in June 1961, this left-hand drive DB4 GT was delivered to Swiss-born racing magnate Georges Filipinetti, whose privateer racing team Scuderia Filipinetti employed some of the era’s greatest drivers including Jim Clark, Phil Hill, Masten Gregory, and Jo Siffert.  It is unclear if 0154/L saw competition under Filipinetti’s ownership, but in February of 1962 the car was sold on to Dr. G.E. Reichen who successfully campaigned the car in numerous hillclimbs.

Reichen retained his beloved Aston until 2010 when it was sold to a German collector who saw to the car’s restoration, returning 0154/L to its original Goodwood green color in 2012.  The DB4 GT was then sold to a notable American collector in 2016 and the car has remained in the US since that time.

The DB4GT is a true dual purpose road-going and racing GT, and certainly one of the most beautiful. Examples were campaigned extensively and successfully by many famous drivers of the day. A total of just 75 were built, only 30 of which were configured in left hand drive, as with 0154/L.

DB4GTs are lightweight, high performance gentleman racers. Assembled by skilled craftsmen at the Newport Pagnell factory alongside the standard DB4, the GT was built on a shortened chassis with a 93” wheelbase. The cars featured numerous performance upgrades including a twin-plug cylinder head with dual distributors, triple Weber carburetors, faired-in covered headlights, and Borrani wire wheels.  A 36-gallon aluminum fuel tank with dual fillers was fitted low in the boot to maintain a low center of gravity.

This example remains a very high-point, restored example, but also benefits from significant mechanical sorting and is a delight to drive. Equally at home on the concours lawn or race track, 0154/L offers the owner entry into nearly any event. The DB4 GT is eligible for the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Villa d’Este, The Amelia, the Colorado Grand, Goodwood Revival and countless others.

Complete with an original instruction manual, event plaques, and copy of build sheets, this numbers-matching, LHD example is among the very best of the DB4 GTs, making it one of the finest Aston Martins available today.

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Hageman Motorcars
P.O. Box 554
Kirkland  98083  Washington
United States
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